MISS WALKER REGRETS: Hurdler Melaine Walker has broken her silence on her strange showing at the London Olympic Games last summer, citing problems with Team Jamaica officials among the factors that contributed to her lacklustre performance. “Yes, I definitely regret it because you have people out there who love you and you have your family members, fans and sponsors, and to them I want to say I am very sorry and it wasn't an intentional matter,” she tells The Gleaner. “It was just a situation where there was a lot of stuff that I could not manage. There were many things I managed over the years to put aside when it’s time to compete, but this time I just didn’t know how to deal with it.” Quitting the sport, she adds, is an idea she has toyed with. “I have thought about quitting, but I don't believe in quitting, plus I am not ready to be done,” she explains. “My love for track and field is too great to stop while I still have so much potential.” The 30-year-old 400M hurdler says she intends to seek qualification to compete at the World Championships in Moscow, scheduled for August.